What is the Osmo Newton game?

Osmo Newton is a creative problem solving and physics game. Players solve creative physics puzzles by drawing lines or placing items in front of the screen.

Newton works with any object or drawing - start with a pen and paper, mom's keys, and toys you already own. Simply place the object/drawing in front of the screen and manipulate it to guide the falling balls into the target zones.

The more you succeed, the harder it gets! You can use simple strategies in the beginning, but as you progress through all 60 levels, Newton will challenge you with bouncing balls, accelerating platforms and fans that force you to think in new ways.

The best way to play Newton is with the Osmo Creative Set, which not only provides players with a high quality white board surface that nests into the Osmo base, but enables players to enjoy 18 more levels of Newton too!

Here is our PDF guide to the Osmo Newton app:

https://www.playosmo.com/static/downloads/GettingStartedWithOsmoNewton.pdf

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What is the Osmo Newton game?

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Osmo Newton is a creative problem solving and physics game. Players solve creative physics puzzles by drawing lines or placing items in front of the screen.

Newton works with any object or drawing - start with a pen and paper, mom's keys, and toys you already own. Simply place the object/drawing in front of the screen and manipulate it to guide the falling balls into the target zones.

The more you succeed, the harder it gets! You can use simple strategies in the beginning, but as you progress through all 60 levels, Newton will challenge you with bouncing balls, accelerating platforms and fans that force you to think in new ways.

The best way to play Newton is with the Osmo Creative Set, which not only provides players with a high quality white board surface that nests into the Osmo base, but enables players to enjoy 18 more levels of Newton too!

Here is our PDF guide to the Osmo Newton app:

https://www.playosmo.com/static/downloads/GettingStartedWithOsmoNewton.pdf

Newton.png

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